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NEWTON COLLEGE OF THE SACRED HEART 

NEWTON, MASSACHUSETTS 




THIS IS NEWTON, 

a study in the welding of newness 
and tradition . . . 




... of growth 



with a 
changeless 
way of life 





i VBI CARITAS ET AMOR DEVS I BI EST 





The Class of 1958 dedicates "The Well" 
to Our Parents, in gratitude 

for first showing us the 
meaning of love, and a way 
of life based on giving, 

for the encouragement and 
the inspiration of your 
own ideals, 

for leading us always to 
what is best, 

for the love and sacrifice 
which made possible our 
years at Newton, 

for a "liberal" education, 
and the understanding of 
what it is to be made 
free. . . . 




Faculty 



Wisdom . . . 
Encouragement 

Discipline . . . 



A pattern for our own lives 




Mother Quinlan, 
Newton's Dean 
of Studies 



1958 saw the launching 
of "SWC" . . . 



. . . the sum of Western 
culture, seen as 
a whole 



Mrs. Webster and 
Katie Welch 
deciphering some 
Middle English 




Kate Doyle 

and 

Claire Bartley, 

everything from 
ink to credits 





Miss Julian 

and 

Miss Murray 

catching the 

Christmas spirit 




Art, Government, and Music agree on a Botticelli 




Miss Bookie 
for the 

Classical tradition 




Father Harrington, Father Lynch and Father Leonard 
at Baccalaureate 



Mr. Carello: 
Modern Languages 
with an 
Old World manner 





Away from desks 
for awhile: 



Mr. Wholey, 
Mathematics 



Dr. Powell, 
Sociology 

Miss McNamara, 
English 



Reviewing 
Education after 
"Sputnik," 
1. to r., 

Miss Casey, 
Dr. Boland, 
Miss Marsh, 
Dr. Linehan 




Senor Regalado: 
Cervantes in the Afternoon 




Mrs. Brzezinski: 
Picasso in the Morning 



Another linguist with two proteges : Mr. Wyeth 
with Mary Ann Morley and Shelley Carroll 




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u flDnw or • 




Time out from tangents for Mother Walsh 




Being and Becoming in the Philosophy Room, 1. to r. 



Mr. Curran, 

Mother Wheeler, 
Dr. Fitzgibbon, 
Mme de Lacoste 




New World and Old reconstruct the social order . . . 



Dr. Powell, 
Kate Glutting, 
Dr. Nemethy, 
Leonor Salcedo 




Newton's nurses, 

Miss Dailey 

and 
Miss Lehan, 

with 
THE WELL'S 
Business Manager 

Martha Dwyer 



Weighing in Martha .... Before, 



and After 





Helen McLachlan, Jane Dick and Judy Goodnow on the steps of Gushing House 



Opposite, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, 

wheels on wheels : front seat, 
Jo Kirk, Vice-President; Sheila 
Quinlan, President ; Jpack seat, 
Mary Jane Eagan, Treasurer; Gail 
McDonough, Secretary 



Seniors 




I.R.C.: 4 
Sophomore Operetta 





Veronica y^. iorown 

1 BELLEVUE AVENUE, NEWPORT, R.I. 
ACADEMY OF NOTRE DAME, BOSTON 

MAJOR: Education 

/ dwell in Possibility 

A fairer house than Prose . . . 




Dean's List: once 
I.R.C.: 4 
Science Club: 2, 4 



1 1 iaryi C/rancis L^ahui 

1 WALDRON AVENUE, HOOSICK FALLS, NEW YORK 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY 

MAJOR: History 

And I for glee 

Took rainbows as the common 

Way . . . 




Manhattanville College: 

1, 2 
Aspirant : 3 

Senior Ball : co-chairman 4 
I.R.C.: 4 




y^udith ibllen (^arey, <d. cle 771. 

68 OAKLEY ROAD, BELMONT 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON 

MAJOR: History 




Only the ardent eye. 

Only the listening ear 

Can say, "The thrush was here!" 

. . . Can live, before it die. 




Aspirant : 1 

Dramatic Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Secretary: 3 
Vice-president: 4 
Liturgical Choir: 1 
Liturgical Club: 2, 4 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3,4 
Romance Language Club: 

Vice-president, 4 
Missions: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Basketball Manager: 1, 2 
Opera Workshop: 3, 4 
"Wheat and Cockle" : 2 



Shelley J/tgnes (^arroll fe. de III. 

CARACAS, VENEZUELA 
ROSARIAN ACADEMY, WEST PALM BEACH 

MAJOR: Spanish 

The weak overcomes its 
menace, the strong over- 
comes itself. What is there 
like fortitude! 




Maryville College: 1, 2 
Dean's Honor List : once 
Catholic Action: 3 
I.R.J. : 4 
Science Club: 3, 4 

President: 4 
House Council: 

Senior Representative 4 





Kbvel^n //[. Lyhiao 

1416 YORK AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, SHANGHAI 

MAJOR: Chemistry 

But when I leave . . . and I go 

Back . . . where the waters flow . . . 

My firm Newtonian universe dissolves. 

And in my heart the compass rose revolves. 




Dean's List: twice 

Aspirant: 2 

Catholic Action: 2, 4 

I.R.J.: 4 

Literary Club: 4 

Science Club: 2 

"885" Staff: 

Feature Editor: 3 
Business Manager: 4 

"Wheat and Cockle" : 2,3,4 

Sophomore Operetta 



Jrifin oLouise (^Ii 



ausme^er 



62 DALTON ROAD, NEWTON CENTRE 

SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL 

MAJOR: English 



In thinking of her 
Givingness, 
There's no denial . 




Dean's List: once 
Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 
Student Body Treasurer: 
A.S.C.: 4 
Student Council: 4 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 
Glee Club: 1 
Missions: 1, 2 
N.F.C.C.S.: 2, 3 
Day Student Council: 2 
Sophomore Operetta 




1 1 iar^ L^athenne L^orbett, (b. de 1 1 i. 

87 BUSHNELL STREET, DORCHESTER 
NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 

MAJOR: History 

So fleet when . . . present. 
So infinite when gone — 
An Orient's apparition 
Remanded of the morn. 



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Aspirant: 1, 2, 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 4 
Glee Club: I, 2, 4 
I.R.C.: 3 
House Council : 3, 4 

Head of Duchesne, 4 
Junior Week-end Committee 



lilart[ klien C^unningnam, fe. ae 771. 

334 BURNS STREET, FOREST HILLS 
THE MARY LOUIS ACADEMY 

MAJOR: Education 

Happiness to me is wine. 
Effervescent, superfine, 
Full of tang and fiery pleasure. 
Far too hot to leave me leisure . . . 




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Regis College: 1 
Catholic Action: 2,3,4 
I.R.C.: 2, 3, 4 
I.R.J. : 2, 3, 4 





1 1 Lane cJherese Cunningham, S. de TTi. 

149 ELIOT STREET, CHESTNUT HILL 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON 

MAJOR: Sociology-Education 

/ put my pleasure all abroad, 
I dealt a word of gold 
For every creature that I met. 
And dowered all the world. 




St. Vincent's Hospital 
School of Nursing: 3 



iliar^ JLouise ^Jjaile^, iK. I i. 

81 CHALMERS AVENUE, BRIDGEPORT 
ACADEMY of OUR LADY of MERCY 



MAJOR: Sociology 

A sense of human dignity 
and reverence for mystery. 




Aspirant: 4 

Glee Club: 1 

Catholic Action: 4 

Junior Week-end Committee 

Freshman Show Committee 






iliadeune kLzaoeth Q)ay 

100 SHAW AVENUE, EDGEWOOD, R.I. 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ELMHURST 

MAJOR; Sociology 

Fidelity and constancy . . . in spite of frost. 
Its flowers continue to bloom. 




Junior Week-end Committee 
Literary Club: 3 



^yinne JLillian ^Jjeojc 



azio 



82 MORTON STREET, NEEDHAM HEIGHTS 

NEEDHAM HIGH SCHOOL 

MAJOR: Education 

/ . . . have mused upon the way 
The sun comes up and makes the day. 
The tide goes out and rnakes the shore. 
And many, many matters more . . . 




Glee Club: I, 2 

I.R.C.: 4 

Art Club: 4 

Romance Language Club: 4 

Science Club: 4 




1 1 iar^ [Barbara LOenman 

440 OVINGTON AVENUE, BROOKLYN 
NOTRE DAME ACADEMY 




MAJOR: Spanish 

Danger! What is that to her? 
Better 'tis to fail there 
Than debate here. 




Student Council: 4 
Faculty-Student Committee: 

3, 4 
House Council: 2, 4 
Freshman Show 
Sophomore Operetta 
Glee Club: I 
Junior Week-end Committee 



y^ane Lyampoell ^Jjick 

168 WESTWOOD ROAD, NEW HAVEN 

SAINT MARY'S ACADEMY 



MAJOR: History 

. . . There will always stay . . . 

A little of the fearlessness of you, 

A fraction of your bright integrity. 




Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 
Glee Club: I, 2, 3 
Catholic Action: I, 2, 3, 4 
Missions: 1, 2, 3, 4 

Class Representative : 3, 4 
Senior Ball Co-chairman 





{Betsey yfohanna Q)ra^, S. c/e 771. 

41 GUSHING ROAD, MILTON 
ACADEMY of NOTRE DAME, ROXBURY 

MAJOR: Education 

They . . . never can touch my sure peace . 
Let them measure efficiency's utmost . . . 
I have one foolish weapon of love. 




Aspirant: 1, 2 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 

President 4 
Missions: 3, 4 
I.R.C.: 3 
I.R.J. : 4 
Yearbook Photography 

Editor: 4 
Dramatic Club: 2 
Steering Committee: 4 



kuzaoeth fliarie ^Jjuff^, (b. ae ill. 

256 HILLSIDE AVENUE, PAWTUCKET, R.I. 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ELMHURST 

MAJOR: Sociology 

What I can do — / will. 

Though it be little as a 

Daffodil. 

What I cannot, must be 

Unknown to possibility. 




Dean's List: once 
Serenades Chairman 
Glee Club: 1, 2 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 
I.R.C.: 2, 3 
I.R.J. : 3, 4 
Glee Club: 1, 2 
Literary Club: 2, 3, 4 
"885": 2,3,4 
Yearbook Business Manager 
4 






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1 1 iartha JniUce LOwyer 

29 DOVER STREET, PROVIDENCE, R.I. 
ST. PATRICK'S HIGH SCHOOL, PROVIDENCE 

MAJOR: Education 

/ know a better way to spend 

An hour . . . tenderly and with high mirth 

To hang up garlands on the earth . . . 




Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 
Class Treasurer: 4 
Social Committee: 4 
A.S.C: 4 
Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 

Vice-president: 4 
House Council: 3, 4 
I.R.J. : 2, 3,4 

Secretary-Treasurer: 2 
N.F.C.C.S.: 3 



1 1 iar^ y^ane \bagan, \b. de 1 1 L 

80 OCEAN STREET, LYNN 

LYNN ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL 



MAJOR: History 

. . . A heart so lighted by the single eye. 
So rapt by truth from changefulness apart 




Catholic Action: 3, 4 
Transportation 
Committer 4 
I.R.C.: 3, 4 
I.R.J. : 4 
Science Club: 4 
Art Club: 4 
Literar>- Club: 3 




uielena J/inn ioaat 




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89 POUND HILL ROAD, NORTH SMITHFIELD, R.L 

BURRILLVILLE HIGH SCHOOL, HARRISVILLE 

MAJOR: Education 

A tuned reticence with rigour 
from strength at the source. 



— *!SWP^' 




Class President: 2 
Class Vice-president: 3 
Student Government: 2, 3, 4 
Student Body President: 4 
Social Committee: 4 
Financial Committee: 2, 4 
A.S.C.: 2, 3, 4 
Board of Appeals: 2, 4 
House Council: 2, 3, 4 
Steering Committee: 4 
I.R.C.: 1, 2, 3 

Treasurer: 2 

Secretary: 3 
Literary Club: 4 



1 1 iunel y^osephine ibnglert 
CATSKILL, NEW YORK 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY 



MAJOR: History 

/ detest all . . . feminine ruses and 

so I hitched up my mind . . . 

I exerted each muscle and braced 

every sinew 

For the duty in hand. 




Dunbarton College: I, 2 
Aspirant: 3 
Catholic Action: 3, 4 
I.R.J. : 4 





kuzabeth ^nn d^igge, (S. de 771. 

235 FERNWOOD AVENUE, DAVENPORT, IOWA 

VILLA de CHANTAL, ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS 

MAJOR: Sociology 

You are like the stem 
Of a young beech-tree . . . 
Straight . . . your shadow is 
No shadow, but a scattered 
Sunshine . . . 




I.R.C.: 4 

Romance Languages Club; 

4 

President: 4 
French Club: 3 

President: 3 
Literary Club: 4 



Ursula n iar^ \^ahan 

33 EVERETT AVENUE, WINCHESTER 
BEAVER COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL 

MAJOR: French 

Whetted to brilliance by the . . . majesty of 
that sophistication which is superior to 
opportunity . . . 




Science Club: 1 
Literary Club: 1 
I.R.C.: 2 
Catholic Action: 4 





J^fifi L^omgan (^a^nor, Q). de 1 1 i. 

78 BERKSHIRE STREET, INDIAN ORCHARD 
CATHEDRAL HIGH SCHOOL, SPRINGFIELD 

MAJOR: Education 

Here, crystalline. 

Deep, full, serene, 

Here flows 

The still, unfathomed river 

Of repose. 




Dean's List: 3 times 
Dramatic Club: 1 
Catholic Action: 1 
Missions: 1 
Varsity Hockey: 1 
Varsity Basketball: I, 2 
Athletic Association: 

Class Representative: 

1, 2, 3 

President : 4 



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#26 CARRSWOLD, ST. LOUIS 

VILLA DUCHESNE 



MAJOR: Sociology 

For I must meet and marry in myself 

The truth of what has ended, what is new . . 




Glee Club: 1, 2 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 4 
Junior Week-end Chairman 
Literary Club: 4 





Jxatherine ^nne Qlutting, (S. de 771. 

63 NORFOLK ROAD, CHESTNUT HILL 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, EDEN HALL 

MAJOR: Sociology 

A crystal thing to see . . . 
brimming with inner light . . . that 
covets nothing that it has let go. 



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Dramatic Club: I 
Freshman Show 
Sophomore Operetta 
Literary Club: 2, 4 
I.R.C.: 2 

Junior Week-end Committee 
Aspirant: 4 
House Council: 4 

Head of Cushing: 4 
"885": 4 



Judith LZ). (^oodnow 

75 HANDY LANE, GROSSE POINTE FARMS, MICH. 
GROSSE POINTE HIGH SCHOOL 



MAJOR: English 

Distinguished by a beauty 

of which "the visitor dare never fully speak . . . 

for fear of being stoned as an impostor" . . . 




Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club: 1, 3 
Catholic Action: 4 
House Council: 3 

Head of House: 4 
Art Club: 4 
I.R.J. : 4 







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520 RANDOLPH AVENUE, MILTON 
JEANNE D'ARC ACADEMY 

MAJOR: Education 

Into the handle of my life I set 

Sprays of mignonette 

And periwinkle . . . 

The colors laugh and twinkle. 




Dean's List; once 
Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 
Athletic Association : 
Secretary: 2 
Vice-president: 3 
Basketball Team: 1 
Hockey Team: 1 



L^aroi (^hristina Crieaie^ 

214 POWDER HOUSE BOULEVARD, SOMERVILLE 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON 

MAJOR: Education 

Through the dark sod ... 
The Lily passes sure. 
Feels her white foot 
No trepidation. 
Her faith no fear. 




Aspirant : 3 

Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 
Missions: 1, 2, 3 
Art Club: 4 




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Lyarol Jrinn cKi 



iggins 

1101 HIGHLAND AVENUE, NEEDHAM 
ACADEMY of the ASSUMPTION 

MAJOR: Education 

. . . satisfaction is a lowly 
thing, how pure a thing is joy. 




Aspirant: 1, 2 
Glee Club: 1, 2, 3 

President: 4 
House Council: 1 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 
Junior Week-end Committee 



Sheila cHurJey, fe. cle i/i. 
42 OLD MYSTIC STREET, ARLINGTON 

MARYCLIFF ACADEMY 

MAJOR: Education 

Here out of sight, 
Unseen but known. 
Here glides the stream 
Of compassion. 




Dean's List: once 
Dramatic Club: 1, 2 
House Council: 1 
Literary Club: 2, 4 
Science Club: 2, 4 
Catholic Action: 4 
Junior Week-end Committee 
Art Club: 4 
Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 
Missions : 1 
"885": 4 
Yearbook Art Editor: 4 




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enevieve uxomand Jxeating, fe. de ffl. 

8 FAIRVIEW AVENUE, SALEM 
ST. JAMES HIGH SCHOOL 

MAJOR: English 

The sea is full — I know it! 
That does not blur my gem! 
It burns distinct from all the row 
Intact in diadem! 




Dean's List: four times 
Class President: 1 
Student Council: 1 
A.S.C.: 1, 3 
Class Treasurer: 3 
Social Committee: 3 
Financial Committee: 3 
Junior Week-end Committee 
House Council: 2, 3 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3 
Yearbook, Editor-in-chief 
"Wheat and Cockle": 3, 4 
"885": 3, 4 



1 1 iar^ llioore Jxeating 

1133 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK CITY 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NINETY-FIRST STREET 

MAJOR: English 



This flower grows so . . . bravely 
It does not even know that it is 
noble . . . 




Children of Mary Council: 

3, 4_ 

President: 4 
Social Committee: 

Co-chairman: 4 

Member-at-large : 4 
Financial Committee: 4 
House Council: 4 
Steering Committee : 4 
A.S.C.: 4 

Junior Week-end Committee 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 

Secretary : 4 

I.R.C.: 1, 2, 3 

Treasurer : 3 





liLar^ y^ane J\ennecly[, S. de 771. 

5300 27th STREET N.W., WASHINGTON, D.C. 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, STONE RIDGE 

MAJOR: History 

A form so contrapuntal and yet pure; 

The chosen path fortuitous, yet sure; 

The thrust . . . the lift, apparently 

So free, and yet tap-rooted in the ground. 




Aspirant: 1, 2, 3 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Dramatic Club: 1 
Hazing Committee 

Chairman: 2 
Sophomore Operetta 
Junior Week-end Chairman 
Class Vice-president: 4 
Student Council: 4 
Board of Appeals: 4 
A.S.C.: 4 
Art Club: 4 



Josephine LPaula Jxirk, fe. de liL 

180 FRANKLIN STREET, NEWTON 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON 

MAJOR: Art 

The passionate gust that sets one free, 
— A flock of leaves in sudden flight — 
Shatters the bright interior tree 
Into a shower of splintered light. 




Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 
I.R.C.: 2, 3, 4 
I.R.J. : 2,3,4 




(buzanne C^olette JLc 




aw re nee 

16 SLOCUM CRESCENT, FOREST HILLS, NEW YORK 

ACADEMY of ST. JOSEPH 

MAJOR: Education 

When it is over — for it will be over — 
. . . will there be still 
In April on the southern slope . . . 
Red-and-ivhite buds intent 

upon blossoming? 
There will; I know there will. 




Boston College: 1 
St. Elizabeth's Hospital 
School of Nursing: 3 



I f largaret J/inna JLekan, u\. iL 

185 HIGHLAND AVENUE, SOMERVILLE 
ST. JOHN EVANGELIST, CAMBRIDGE 

MAJOR: Biology 

Love and pity are strong. 

But wisdom is happily greater . . . 




University of Buffalo: 3 
Catholic Action: 1 
Sophomore Operetta 
Aspirant: 4 
Literary Club: 4 





1 1 Loir a J/inne 1 1 iahoneyi 

646 LAFAYETTE AVENUE, BUFFALO 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY 

MAJOR: English 



The stuff of happiness, 

No less, 

. . . wraps me in its glad-hued folds 

of peacock golds. 




Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Dramatic Club: 1, 2 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 
I.R.C.: 3 
I.R.J.: 3, 4 
Science Club: 2 
Art Club: 4 



JLiUith 1 1 iargaret 1 1 iarzouca 

SAV-LA-MAR, JAMAICA, B.W.I. 

ST. HILDA'S, JAMAICA 

MAJOR: Art 

Peaceful and slow . . . 

Skillful and deft, in my own rhythm, 

Happy . . . about I go. 




Glee Club: 1, 2, 3,4 
Liturgical Choir: 1, 2 
Catholic Action: 3, 4 
Missions: 3, 4 
Opera Club: 3, 4 

Treasurer: 3 

President : 4 
Chairman of Prophecies: 3 
House Council: 3, 4 

Head of Stuart House: 4 
Head of Missions: 4 




Jiathleen iblizabeth uicGann, S.JeJTl. 

360 SALISBURY STREET, WORCESTER 
BANCROFT SCHOOL 




MAJOR: Music 

For that the way is hard and long. 

For that gray fears upon it throng, 

I set my journey to a song . . . 




Aspirant: I, 2 
Glee Club: 1 
Missions: 2 
Science Club: 2, 3, 

Secretary-Treasurer : 3 
I.R.C.: 3 
Children of Mary, 

Secretary-Treasurer: 3, 4 
Class Secretary: 3, 4 
Social Committee: 3, 4, 

Co-chairman : 4 
A.S.C.: 4 

Steering Committee: 4 
House Council: 4 
Junior Week-end Committee 



Jn.mgau (/. //IcLuonough, k.aeJJl. 

1658 CENTRE STREET, WEST ROXBURY 
NOTRE DAME ACADEMY, ROXBURY 

MAJOR: Education 

Square to the world, I watch the sun's slow pace. 
Morning and evening, from my steadfast place. 




Glee Club 1 
Sophomore Operetta, 

Co-chairman 
Literary Club: 2 
Serenades Committee: 2 
"885": 3, 4 




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OHEHYAHTAH PLACE, DANBURY 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY 

MAJOR: Sociology 

When one 

is frank, one's very 

presence is a compliment. 




Glee Club: 1 
I.R.C.: 3, 4, 

President: 4 
A.S.C.: 4 

Sophomore Operetta 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 



uielen JLouise 1 1 icJLachu 



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BOULEVARD, NEWTOWN, CONNECTICUT 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NOROTON 

MAJOR: History 

And I would set a banquet for your pleasure. 
Brave with brave things my soul is dreaming of. 
Glad as my heart is glad, above all measure . . . 




Aspirant: 2, 3 
Glee Club: I, 2, 3 

Librarian: I 
I.R.J. : 1 
French Club: 1 
Catholic Action: 2, 3 
Modern Language Club: 4 





1 1 iar^ J/inn nlorley 

16 COLONIAL AVENUE, WALTHAM 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON 

MAJOR: French 

Faith grows a mountain and I take my stand 
Upon its utmost top. 




Glee Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Sophomore Operetta 



ibueen [Patricia 1 1 iuUi, 



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1045 BEACON STREET, BROOKLINE 

MOUNT ALVERNIA ACADEMY 



MAJOR: Philosophy 

Years cannot measure 
Time for me. 
Fetch us the clock 
Of infinity. 




Manhattanville College: 1 
Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 
I.RJ.: 2,3,4 




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Gmonnell 




LONGWOOD TOWERS, BROOKLINE 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON 

MAJOR: History 

You there with the tranquil, lovely brow. 
What do you see so high? 




Class Vice-president: 1 

A.S.C.: 1 

Student Council; 1 

Glee Club: 1, 2 

Student Government, 
Member-at-large: 2 

Social Committee, Member- 
at-large : 3 

House Council: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Head of Hardey: 4 

Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 

Literary Club: 3, 4 

Yearbook, Literary Editor 

"885": 3, 4 



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lllargaret ifiatricia [Peck, fe. de fii. 
2779 MAIN STREET, LAWRENCEVILLE, NEW JERSEY 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, EDEN HALL 

MAJOR: English 

Loveliness such as yours will not be lost. 

But, cast in bronze upon his very urn. 

Make known him Master, and for what good reason. 




Aspirant: I, 2, 4 
Prophecies Committee: 3 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 
I.R.C.: ), 2, 3, 4 
I.R.J. : 4 





[Ruth IliarsnaU IPhelan 

1627 ALCOR TERRACE, CINCINNATI 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART CLIFTON 

MAJOR: History 

Erect as a compass in its curve . . . 
Crying out beauty like a silver flute. 




Dean's List : three times 
Catholic Action: I 
N.F.C.C.S.: 2 

Literary Committee Head: 
LR.C: 3 
House Council: 3 
"885" Editor-in-chief: 3,4 
A.S.C.: 3, 4 
Literary Club: 1, 2, 3, 4 
"Wheat and Cockle": 2, 3, 4 




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J^gnes if Lane IPodounsRy 

5056 MORSE AVENUE, SKOKIE, ILLINOIS 
MARYWOOD HIGH SCHOOL 

MAJOR: English 

Amorphous is the mind; its quality 
Is in its fibre, not its form . . . 
Like a leaf on a still day unstirred. 




Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 

Glee Club: 1, 2 

Basketball: 1, 2 

Junior Week-end Committee 

I.R.C.: 4 

House Council; 4 

Science Club: 4 

Art Club: 4 




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ower 

3 WAKEFIELD STREET, WORCESTER 
ST. PETER'S HIGH SCHOOL 

MAJOR: Sociology 

My honest mirror shows me wistful eyes 

That look beyond me, calm, inscrutable, wise . . . 




Aspirant: 4 

Freshman Council 

Vice-president of class: 2 

Class President: 3, 4 

A.S.C.: 2, 3, 4 

Board of Appeals: 3, 4 

Faculty-Student Committee: 

3, 4 
House Council: 2, 3, 4 
Financial Committee: 3, 4 
Vice-president of 

Student Government: 4 
I.R.C.: 1, 2, 3, 4 



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HILLSIDE ROAD, GREENWICH 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, GREENWICH 

MAJOR: History 

The Heart is the capital 

Of the mind. 

The Mind is a single State. 

The Heart and the Mind 

Together make 

A single continent. 




Aspirant : 1 

Glee Club: 1, 2, 3 

Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 

House Council: 4 

I.R.J. : 4 

Romance Language Club: 4 

Art Club: 4 




1 1 iaru ^uirk 




41 LIBERTY STREET, HOLYOKE 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NOROTON 

MAJOR: Spanish 

Wise, beautiful and good, what can it mean 
That you should carry such abundant grace? 




Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 
I.R.J.: 1, 2, 3,4 

President: 4 
Dramatic Club: 1, 2, 3 
Prophecies Committee: 3 
Junior Week-end Committee 
House Council: 4 

Head of Barat: 4 
I.R.C.: 4 
Yearbook Staff: 4 
Steering Committee: 4 



UJorothy {bllen [Roche, k. de TTl. 

91 SALISBURY AVENUE, GARDEN CITY 
SAINT MARY'S HIGH SCHOOL, MANHASSET 

MAJOR: Sociology 

On a columnar self 
How ample to rely; 
In tumult or extremity 
How good the certainty. 




Aspirant: 3 

Glee Club: 1 

Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 

Missions: 1, 2, 3 

Art Club: 4 




1 1 Laureen Jninn u\ 



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673 BOYLSTON STREET, BROOKLINE 
SACRED HEART HIGH SCHOOL, NEWTON CENTRE 

MAJOR: Education 

When it is May, 

If May return — 

Had nobody a pang 

Lest on a face so beautiful 

He might not look again? 




Aspirant: 1, 2 
Liturgical Choir: 1 
Glee Club: 1 
Science Club: 2 
Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Missions: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Sophomore Operetta 
I.R.C.: 2, 3,4, 

Vice-president: 4 
I.R.J. : 3, 4 
House Council: 4 
Yearbook Staff: 4 



JLeonor Q>alcedo-Lrardo, Kb. de 1 1 i. 

CARRERA 16 #33-98, BOGOTA, COLOMBIA 

NEUVO GIMNASIO, BOGOTA 

MAJOR : Sociology 

But under those eyes, all things are joined; 
All sorrow, and all beauty, and all spirit. 
Are one. 




Rosemont College: 1 
Dramatic Club: 2 
I.R.C.: 4 
House Council: 4 
Catholic Action: 3, 4 
I.R.J.: 4 




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92 S. MONTGOMERY AVENUE, BAY SHORE, L.I. 
HEWLETT SCHOOL, EAST ISLIP 

MAJOR: Education 

You stand poised in the blue and buoyant air. 
Cinctured by bright winds. 
Treading the sunlight. 




Rosary College: 1, 2 
Aspirant: 3 
Catholic Action : 3, 4 
I.R.C.: 3, 4, 

Treasurer : 4 
I.R.J. : 4 



^oan iliar^ Sextro, &. de III. 

740 HINMAN AVENUE, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, CHICAGO 

MAJOR : Mathematics 

. . . The keen mind . . . through 
its little eye could see 
A section of infinity. 




Salve Regina College: 1 
Catholic Action: 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club: 2 
House Council : 3 




1 1 Lantza JLouise Shagkalian 

23 ESSEX STREET, CRANSTON, R.I. 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ELMHURST 

MAJOR: Sociology 




Open and maskless . . . 
distilled of all pretense. 




Rosemont College; 1, 2 
Social Committee: 4 
Student Council: 4 
Day Student Representative : 

4 
Catholic Action: 3, 4 
I.R.J. : 4 
Missions: 3, 4 
Aspirant : 3 
Glee Club: 3, 4 
Junior Prom Committee: 3 



U\osemary[ J/inne Stuart, G. cie 1 1 L 

28 CABOT STREET, NEWTON, MASS. 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON 

MAJOR: Education 

And do I smile, such cordial light 
Upon the valley glow — 
It is as a Vesuvian face 
Had let its pleasure through. 




Dean's Honor List: once 

Dean's List: three times 

LRJ.: 1 

Missions: 1 

N.S.A. Junior Delegate: 2 

Council: 3 
Glee Club: 2, 3, 4 

Business Manager: 2 
Faculty-Student Committee: 

3, 4 
Science Club: 2, 3, 4 

President: 2, 3 
Junior Week-end 
Committee: 3 
Student Government: 4 

Secretary: 4 
Student Council: 4 
A.S.C.: 4 

Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Aspirant: 1, 2, 3, 4 
Delegate to the Intercolle- 
giate Biological Society: 





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261 MARLBOROUGH STREET, BOSTON 

CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, NEWTON 

MAJOR: Pre-Medicine 

those . . . with the explicit sensory apparatus of common sense, 

who know the exact distance between two points as the crow flies; 

there is something attractive about a mind that moves in a straight line — 




Rosemont College: 1, 2 

Aspirant: 3 

I.R.C.: 3, 4 

Catholic Action: 3, 4 

I.R.J. : 3. 4 

Junior Week-end Committee 



Carol ni. Vaughan 

642 FOREST AVENUE, LARCHMONT 
THE URSULINE SCHOOL, NEW ROCHELLE 

MAJOR; History 

Blow through me. Life, pared down at last to bone. 
So fragile and so fearless have I grown! 




Saint Mary's, Indiana: 1 
Dean's Honor List: three 

times 
Dean's List: once 
Student Council: 3 
Literary Club: 4 

President: 4 
"Wheat and Cockle": 3,4 

Editor-in-Chief: 4 




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32 MAYFLOWER ROAD, CHESTNUT HILL 

HOLY CROSS ACADEMY, BROOKLINE 




MAJOR: English 

The mind u an enchanting thing 

is an enchanting thing 

like the glaze on a katydid-wing 

subdivided by sun 

till the nettings are legion. 




I.R.C.: 3, 4 

Catholic Action: 1, 2, 3, 4 

House Council: 4 



fe,.... 



Judith Alexandra young 

61 UNION STREET, PITTSFIELD, MASS. 
CONVENT of the SACRED HEART, ALBANY, N.Y. 

MAJOR: History 



This cool and laughing mind, renewed 
From covert sources like a spring's. 
Is potent to translate the mood 
Of all distraught and twisted things. 





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A Senior's life is ruled by Time 




Wisdom 
in 

Time 



and 

Eternity 




Time to relax, and think of the future . 




Betsey Dray, Rosemary Stuart, Carol Healey and Maureen Ronan 



. . . Time for 
Education majors 
to talk over 
lesson plans 



Pat Hannon, 
Nancy Eddy, 
Sue Lawrence 
and 
Julie Saver 




. . . Time for surveys 
and statistics 

Mike Mahoney, 
Mitzi Shaghalian, 
Ann Power 

and 
Midge Day 



. . . Time to 
wonder about 
next year . . . 

Lay Apostle 
Anne DeFazio 
planning her 
year in Jamaica 
with Mission 
Head Kate McCann 




. . Time to reminisce : forecast of the chemise in '54 



. . . Time to 
share what 
Newton has 
given, with 
those who 
will come 
after us 







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For a growing college 



STUDENT GOVERNMENT: 



integrity, responsibility, creative ideas 




Standing: Mary Corbett, Treasurer 
Sandy Thomson, Secretary 



Seated: Sheila Quinlan, Vice-president 
Jo Englert, President 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE 




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D. Fitzgerald 


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C. Ward 




D. Bohen 




R. Stuart 


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M. Lawler 


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M. J. Eagan 


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G. McDonough, 


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S. Kennedy, 


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Co-chairmen 



planners of 
good times 



. . . arbiters 

of 

graciousness 




. . Reverend Mother's tea at Christmastime 



. . . and at 
dinnertime 






Ellen Egan and Mary Ellin Burns in library 



Opposite, JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: 
L to R: Joan Coniglio, President; 
Dolores Seeman, Vice-President; 
Patty Curran, Secretary; Anne 
Marie Walsh, Treasurer. 



JUNIORS 





LeftRow, TtoB: 

J. Phillips, S. Uncles, 

B. Walsh, J. Whitty, 

S. Sestito, K. O'Shea, 

M. White, P. Sweeney. 

Center Row, T to B : 

L. O'Donoghue, E. Nelsoi 

P. Welch, J. O'Connor. 

Right Row, TtoB: 

P. O'Neill, K. Stephens, 

J. Sweeney, P. Rohan. 




Front Row, L to R : 

D. Bohen, A. Baker, 

A. Cooke, D. Cosgrove, 

E. Carr. Top Row, L 
to R: M. Capobianco^ 

F. Beane, P. Ajo, 

C. Casellas, K. Conwf^, 
J. Chute, J. Buckley. 



As Junior Week-end 
draws near, it gets 
harder and harder 
to study . . . 



. . . and harder and harder to 
handle those calls. 





Above- Front Row, L to R: M. A. Gilmore, M. Dealy, M. Good, J. Grant, L. Donnelly, S. Forziati. Top 
Row, L to R: G. Hibschman, D. Cosgrove, M. Dodger, J. Gillespie, R. Goeckner, G. Gallagher, H. Craig, 
J. Haggarty, B. Holters. 




Junior Week-end 
committees iron 
out their last 
problems . . . 




'A KNICKERBOCKER 



HOLIDAY" 




ART CLUB OFFICERS admire a seascape by N. C. Wyeth 




Seated : 

Barbara Johnson, 

President; Paola Ajo; 

standing : 

Anne Marie Walsh. 



SOPHOMORES 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 




L to R: Debbie Fitzgerald, Secretary; Martha Miele, President; Nan 
Anderson, Vice-President; Nancy McKay, Treasurer. 




Front Row, L to R : 
M. Dowling, 
C. Frawley, 
M. J. Galvin. Second 
Row: M. Duman, 
P. Engel, M. Donnelly, 
K. Ellis. Top Row : 
M. Davis, B. Engel, 
E. Erickson. ' 




LeftRow, TtoB: 
B. Hunnewell, C. Higgins, 
J. Hanrihan, B. Horri- 
gan, Right Row, T to 
B: S. Kenney, M.Kelly, 
M. Kelley, S. Heffernan, 
A. Heaton, K. Hollister, 
Seated, L to R : N. Kane, 
G. Hannaford, B. Hackett, 
E. Holland. 



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Front Row, L to R: J. O'Neill, J. Neville, S. O'Connor, D. Powers, M. McCabe, 
D. Radios. Top Row, L to R: K. McDermott, J. O'Connor, L. McGann, 
C. Lucca, M. Martin, S. O'Connell, L. Moir, N. McGinnity, P. McCarthy. 




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Seated L to R: J. Cagney, A. Armstrong, A. Canniff. Standing L to R: C. Donahoe, S. 
Clark, L. Capobianco, L. Coniglio, J. DiMenna, P. Beattie, P. Annunziata, M. E. Brusch. 



FRESHMEN 




Those first few days . . . Marie Sturges and Dorothy Couig unpacking the car 










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Mary Lou Foster has 
everything out . . . 





. . . Anita Hennessy 
wondering where to put it all 




Varying reactions to the schedule board 





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Boning up for a SWC test 




Below: Seated, L to R: C. Hall, A. Guerrero, M. 
Gummere, R. Hanley. Standing, L to R: A. Hollings- 
worth, C. Hafey, S. Harding, A. Hennessy, E. Hayes. 



FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 




Seated: Elizabeth Scheib, President; Standing, L to R: Elizabeth Good, Treasurer; Mary Stehling, Mem- 
ber-at-large ; Alice Coleman, Vice-President; Margaret Lawler, Secretary. 




Seated, L toR: 

J. Vollbrecht, 

M. Sturges, 

J. Thompson, 

B. Thole. 

Standing, 

L to R : A. Thomason, 

R. Sullivan. 




Front, L to R: E. Eads, M. Dineen. Back, L to R: S. Connolly, M. L. Dillon, 
K. Denton, G. Eben, D. Couig, C. Corroon. 




LtoR: C. A. O'Shea, 
M. Reedy, K. O'Shea, 
M. F. Quinlan, 
B. Queally, M. Parsons, 
E. Pepper. 



HOUSES 



The house plan is one of Newton's oldest tra- 
ditions. Through the growth and expansion of 
the past few years, it has remained a firm and 
unchanging aspect of college life. The passage 
of Time has only strengthened it. Each house 
has its own unique spirit, but the spirit of all 
the houses is one of warmth, generosity and 
harmony. 

This is how it happens ... 




Through a glass, but brightly . . . quiet study in Duchesne 




September : The Archbishop leaves after blessing the new Duchesne 
October : the last leaves fall on the lawn of Gushing House 






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Mother Smith, Mrs. O'Connor and Duchesne's House Council plan their Halloween Party 



, . after the 
Spook House, 
some cider 







People in a glass house . . 





Hardey House in spring 



I. R. C. OFFICERS plan a meeting on Algeria : 

Leonor Salcedo, Vice-President 

Helen McLachlan, President 

Joan Sextro, Secretary-Treasurer 




CLUBS 



IN THE AESTHETIC TRADITION 




GLEE CLUB 
OFFICERS 

Fran Beane 
Berenice Hackett 
Juanita Buckley 
Fuggy Byrne 

Sheila Hurley, 

President 
Mary Jane Eagan 



GLEE CLUB XMAS CONCERT 






the joyful shape of song 




at the Christmas Concert 



OPERA CLUB a tradition at Christmas, 

the moving shape of song and story, 
"AMAHL 




AND 



THE 



NIGHT 



VISITORS' 





DRAMATIC 



"FOTHERINGHAY" 



CLUB 



For Mary of Scotland, 
a time of waiting, 
the sensing of destiny 



IN THE CHRISTIAN TRADITION . . . CHILDREN OF MARY. . . inner strength 




P. Peck 
J. Kirk 
J. Sextro 
M. Corbett 
D. Roche 
B. Duffy 
S. Hurley 
M. J. Eagan 
J. Carey 
S. Carroll 

A. Gaynor 
G. Keating 

B. Dray 
L. Salcedo 
A. Figge 
S. Kennedy, 

President 
G. McDonough 
R. Stuart 
M. E. 
Cunningham 



D. Seeman 
Y. Lepoutre 
M. Capobianco 
B. Hackett 
P. Massman 
A. Coleman 
S. Kenney 
J. Stuart 
G. Hibschman 
J. VoUbrecht 
J. Gillespie 
H. Craig 
F. Beane 




. . . from a changeless spring 




CATHOLIC ACTION OFFICERS: 

above, 1. to r., Susie Kennedy, Beth Duffy, 
President, and Helen Craig 



THE INNER LIFE 



A day 



N.F.C.C.S. DELEGATES, below, find 
a day for the Forum; Dolores Seeman 
and Sally O'Connell 




IN ACTION 




I.R.J. OFFICERS, Dottie Roche and 
Stephanie Landry, go over plans for 
"Jamaican Night" 



at St. EHzabeth's 



Unchanging patterns in the life of the Church: 
LITURGICAL CLUB OFFICERS, Judy Vollbrecht, 
Bobbie Holters and Reita Goeckner planning a display 
for Lent 




IN THE LITERARY TRADITION 



the patterns of 
words, 



news, 



criticism, 



885", Newton's newspaper 




also has a battle with 
Time 



insight 



THE STAFF, 

1. to r. 

S. O'Connell 
A. Podolinsky 
P. Ajo 

M. Capobianco 
G. Keating 
R. Goeckner 
P. Sweeney 
M. Dealy, 

Editor 
S. Macksoud 





WHEAT 
AND 

COCKLE 

short stories, 
verse, 

essays 

1. to r. : 
P. Curran 
P. Sweeney 
M. Keating 
A. Podolinsky 
K. Welch, 

Editor 
A. Clausmeyer 



ROMANCE LANGUAGE CLUB 



The patterns of 

unfamiHar words 

become 

familiar . . . 



Shelley Carroll 
Ursula Gahan, 

President 
Angela Heaton 




SCIENCE CLUB .... new discoveries from permanent laws 




. the instrument . . 



Below, the method: Mother Cunningham helps 
Evelyn Chiao, President, Sandy Thomson and Marg- 
aret Lehan with an experiment . . . 



R I n I H I 5 



Erwn-Rrcvirs nDjTR3=H[LES 



L-l'T'rCCVTtS EEEirDPHILE 




ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION in the tradition of fun and fair play, 



Right, N.S.A. DELEGATES 
Mary Stehling and 
Berenice Hackett 



OFFICERS: 

Helen Craig, 
Marie Doelger, 

and 
rugged 
individualist 

Margie George 




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The staff of THE WELL: 1. to r., Gengean Keating, Art Editor; Patty Peck, Literary Editor; Mary Keat- 
ing, Editor-in-chief; Martha Dwyer, Business Manager 



We would like to thank 

Mother Maguire, for her patience and encouragement in good times and bad 

Mother Husson, for her helpful comments on THE WELL'S progress 

Miss Patsy Murray, for generously sharing her own yearbook experience 

Mr. Ralph Norman, our photographer, who has an eye for a camera and an 
eye for humor 

Evelyn Chiao, for the gracious loan of her Zeiss-Ikon for THE WELL'S 
snapshots 

Shelley Carroll, for her enthusiasm and expert typing 

Joan Sextro, for her mathematical assistance 

Dottie Roche, for keeping track of the achievements of the '58-ers 

Leonor Salcedo, for taking all our odd jobs (and oddities) in stride 

. . . and all the Newtonites who remembered 
to be "in the right place at the right 
time." 



PATRONS AND PATRONESSES 



Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Ajo 

Vice Admiral George W. Anderson Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Bohen 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Buehler 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Canniff 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Roger Carroll 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Clark 

Mrs. Walter J. Clausmeyer 

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Coleman 

Mr. and Mrs. George Corroon 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Dalton Couig 

Hon. and Mrs. Edward J. Day 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold C. Denman 

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dick 

Donnelly Advertising Co. 

H. J. Dowd Co. 

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Dwyer 

Mrs. Edward F. Eagen 

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Eben 

Dr. and Mrs. Augustine W. Eddy 

Dr. and Mrs. George A. Englert 

Mrs. Joseph Fazakerly 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Flaherty 

Hon. John P. Flanagan 

Mrs. John P. Flanagan 

Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Figge 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Foley 

Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert V. Foster 

Mr. William H. Frantz 

Dr. and Mrs. John W. Gahan 

Dr. and Mrs. Martin F. Gaynor 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Gilmore 

Rear Admiral and Mrs. Paul R. Glutting 

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Goeckner 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan B. Goodnow 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Gregory 

Grosse Pointe Academy of the Sacred Heart 

Mr. and Mrs. 



Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. Hackett 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis I. Hafey 
Hon. and Mrs. Edwin F. Hannon 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Higgins 
Dr. and Mrs. Otto R. Holters 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Kager 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Keating 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Keck 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Kennedy 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Killeen 
Admiral and Mrs. Oberlin C. Laird 
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Landrigan 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney H. Lane 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Little 
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L Madden 
W. J. Maguire Co. 
Mr. and Mrs. John F. McQueeney 
Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Morley 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. O'Leary 
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice C. O'Shea 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pepper 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Reardon 
Mr. and Mrs. James H. Reedy 
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Rice 
Mr. and Mrs. James D. Saver 
Mr. and Mrs. Aloysius F. SchaeiTner 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard R. Scheib 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Seeman 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Sextro 
Matthew F. Sheehan Co. 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Sinnott 
S. S. Pierce Co. 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip P. Stuart 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Sturges 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Thompson 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Uncles 
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vollbrecht 
Thomas J. Welsh 



Prince Spaghetti House 



famous for Italian Dishes 



Pizza a specialty 



Delicious — 
Steaks, Chops, Seafood 

Recommended by Duncan Mines 

595 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON 
LI 2-0400 



Waterproofing Masonry Walls 
Above Ground 

Repointing Open Weathered Joints 
In Masonry Walls 

BIRDPROOFING 

BUILDING CLEANING 



w 



estern 

aterproofing Company, Inc. 

82 West Dedham Street 
Boston 1 8. Massachusetts 



John H. Hession 
President 



J. Joseph Callaghan 
Treasurer 



Jane Tooher Sport Clothes 

598 Columbia Road 
Dorchester 25, Mass. 

Outfitter to 
Newton Co//ege of The Sacred Heart 



PACKING 



MOVING 



STORAGE 



CARLETDIV W. BERRY 

Serving t/ie New Bngland States, 
New York State and Canada 



TWinbrook 4-3929 

1 1 9 Russell Street 
Waltham 54, Mass. 



Compliments of the 



Newton College 



Alumnae Association 



Stone Ridge 

Country Day and 

Weekly Boarding School 

9101 ROCKVILLE PIKE 
WASHINGTON 14, D.C. 

Conducted by 
The Religious of the Sacred Heart 

Kindergarten, Elementary and 
College Preparatory courses 

FULLY ACCREDITED 


CONVENT OF THE 
SACRED HEART 

City Line and Haverford Road 
Overbrook 

Philadelphia 31, Penna. 


MANHATTANVILLE 

COLLEGE OF THE 

SACRED HEART 

Purchase, New York 


ELMHURST ACADEMY 

OF THE 

SACRED HEART 

Providence, Rhode Island 



Compliments of a Friend 



Compliments and Good Wishes of 



Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Dray 



Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. 
Francis J. Ronan 



Eden Hall 

Convent of the Sacred Heart 

Boarding and Country Day School 

Torresdale 

Philadelphia 14, 

Pennsylvania 


CONVENT OF THE 
SACRED HEART 

Albany 2, New York 


CONVENT OF THE 
SACRED HEART 

Noroton on the Sound 
Noroton, Connecticut 


ACADEMY OF THE 
SACRED HEART 

Greenwich, Connecticut 



Compliments of 



Dr. and Mrs. 
Eugene F. McDonough 



Best Wishes 



Mr. and Mrs. 
Dan Byrne 



Congratulations to the class 
of 1958 

Mr. and Mrs. 
James F. Roche 



Compliments of 



Mr. and Mrs. 
Arnold F. McLachlan 



Arlington Coal & lumber Company 

41 PARK AVENUE 
ARLINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



FANDEL PRESS, Inc. 

Complete Printing Service 

59 McBride St. 
Jamaica Plain 30, Mass. 



JAmaica 4-0204 — 4-0205 



M. L. McDonald Co. 

Painting Contractors 

71 Arlington St. 
Watertown. Mass. 



J. H. McNAMARA, INC. 
READY MIX CONCRETE 

Sand, Gravel and Roofing Gravel 

298 North Harvard Street 
Ailston, Mass. 

STadium 2-3350 
TW 3-7562 



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Last year at 


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Lawrence and Woodrow Wilson Aves. 


SACRED HEART 


Detroit 6, Mich. 


785 Cenfre Street 




Newton 58, Massachusetts 






New address: September, 1958 


Permanent and Weekly Boarders 


KENSINGTON ROAD 


Day School 


BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICHIGAN 


CONVENT OF THE 


/ 


SACRED HEART 




1 East 91st Street 


ACADEMY OF THE 


New York, New York 


SACRED HEART 


DUCHESNE 


8 Prince Street 


RESIDENCE SCHOOL 


Rochester 7, New York 


7 East 91st Street 




New York, New York 





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Compliments of 

Captain and Mrs. 
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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1958 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Hig^ins 

Needham, Mass. 



Compliments of a Friend 



BENZIGER 
BROTHERS, INC. 

95 Summer Street 

Boston 1 0, Massachusetts 

HA 6-6330 

Religious Articles 

Church Goods 

Vestments 

Books 



Complimenis of: 



Charles P. Blouin, Inc. 



275 COLUMBIA ST. 
CAMBRIDGE 39, MASS. 



Compliments of the 

Bon Ami Company 



Best Wishes to the Graduates 



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Compliments of a Friend 



Hon. and Mrs. 
George R. Beane 



Compliments of 

Mr. and Mrs. 
Edwin G. O'Connor 

BROCTON, N. Y. 



i~>e5t uiiskes to tke Ljraduated 



from the 



Class of 1960 



Congratulations to the Class of 1958 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Duffy 



Compliments of 



The P. D. George Co. 

Paints — Varnishes — Lacquers 
ST. LOUIS, MO. 



..At Ssrriend 



"Compliments of a Friend" 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1958 

Dr. and Mrs. 
George J. Dwyer 



Quirk Paper Company 

Industrial Supplies 

Paper, Bags, Twine 

Toilet Paper, Towels, Cups 



22 Main Street 



Holyoke, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1959 



Paola Ajo, 45 East 66 St., New York, N. Y. 

Ann Baker, 14 Garfield Rd., Milton, Mass. 

Frances Beane, 91 Pond St., Cranston 10, R. I. 

Dorothy Bohen, 93 Cypress St., Floral Park, N. Y. 

Juanita Buckley, 40 Summit Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

Katharine Buehler, 35-31 160 St., Flushing, N. Y. 

Mary Ellin Burns, 25 Duck Pond Rd., Glen Cove, N. Y. 

Helen M. Byrne, 18055 Hamilton Rd., Detroit, Mich. 

Marcia Capobianco, 70 Baldwin Orchard Dr., Cranston, R. I. 

Eleanor Carr, 1 1 Porter St., Wenham, Mass. 

Carmen T. Casellas, 1803 Fernandez Juncos Ave., Santurce, Puerto Rico 

Janet Chartier, 28 West Main Rd., Newport, R. I. 

Janet Chute, 50 Rustlewood Rd., Milton, Mass. 

Elizabeth Clarke, 245 Mystic Valley Pkwy., Winchester, Mass. 

Susan Collins, Norwell, Mass. 

Joan Coniglio, 1 185 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Karen Conway, Pryer Manor Rd., Larchmont, N. Y. 

Alice Cooke, 56 Presentation Rd., Brighton 35, Mass. 

Donna Cosgrove, 48 Eliot St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Helen Craig, 15 Newlands Street, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Marypat Curran, Ardsley Park, Irvington, N. Y. 

Ann Dailey, 53 Sherman Rd., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Margaret T. Dealy, 4 Hudson River Rd., Riverdale, N. Y. 

Jeanne DeFlorio, 2775 St. Paul Blvd., Rochester, N. Y. 

Marie Doelger, 17 East 89 St., New York, N. Y. 

Alicia Donnelly, Job's Island, Common St., Dedham, Mass. 

Ellen Egan, 23 Dale Ave., Gloucester, Mass. 

Anne Foley, 16 Shattuck Park Rd., Norwood, Mass. 

Sheila Forziati, 35 Washington Ave., Winthrop, Mass. 

Janet Frantz, Tremont Farm, Media, Penna. 

Gail Gallagher, 1 Longview PI., Great Neck, N. Y. 

Jane Gillespie, Biltmore Ave., Rye, N. Y. 

Mary Alyce Gilmore, 2703 Fontenelle Blvd., Omaha, Nebraska 

Reita Goeckner, 906 Pleasant Ave., Highland Park, 111. 

Marion Good, 743 W. Roxbury Pkwy., VV. Roxbury, Mass. 

Janet Grant, 111 Westchester Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Joan Haggarty, 5555 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, 111. 

Gail Hibschman, 343 Parkway Dr., Pittsburgh 28, Penna. 

Barbara Holters, Green Grove Rd., Neptune, N. J. 

Barbara Johnson, Cedar Hill, Pompton Lakes, N. J. 

Kathleen Kingston, 51 Oakridge St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Judith Laird, Apartado 2736, Caracas, Venezuela, S. A. 

Julia Lamy, 9530 Ladue Rd., Clayton 24, Missouri 

Stephanie Landry, P. O. Box 572, New Iberia, La. 

Sheilah Lane, 25 Hutchinson Ave., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Glenna LaSalle, 3217 West Shore Rd., Warwick, R. I. 

Yvelyne Lepoutre, 137 Oakley Rd., Woonsocket, R. I. 

M. Virginia Little, 60 Don Ave., Rumford, R. I. 

Suzanne Macksoud, 51 1 Heights Rd., Ridgewood, N. J. 

Deanie Madden, 7 Amherst Rd., Wellesley, Mass. 

E. Dean Maloney, 3332 St. Paul Blvd., Rochester, N. Y. 

Anne E. Maslen, 60 East 94 St., New York, N. Y. 

Susan McAuley, West River Rd., Perrysburg, Ohio 

Mary Jo McAvinn, 121 Perkins St., Melrose, Mass. 

Lilyann Mitchell, 87 Highfield Rd., Harrison, N. Y. 

Karen Mullin, 1 1 Woodland Rd., Minneapolis, Minn. 

Maryjane Mulvanity, 157 LaGrange St., W. Roxbury, Mass. 

Ellen Nelson, 62 Windsor Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Joanne O'Connor, 9 Dupont Ave., White Plains, N. Y. 

Lois O'Donoghue, 5046 Sedgwick St., Washington, D. C. 

Patricia O'Neill, 91 Allerton Rd., Milton, Mass. 

Kathleen O'Shea, 2 Washington St., Peabody, Mass. 

Janet Phillips, 34 Sheafe St., Brookline, Mass. 

Phebe Rohan, Cream St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Jeanne Scheaffner, 14 Beech St., Floral Park, N. Y. 

Dolores Seeman, 5217 Elsmere Ave., Bethseda, Md. 

Margit Serenyi, 57 W. Foster St., Melrose, Mass. 

Sandra Sestito, 13 Chelmsford Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 

Katharina Stephens, 45 Longue Vue Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Sue Sughrue, 56 Tennis Place, Forest Hills, N. Y. 

Jane Sweeney, 221 Strawberry Hill Ave., Stamford, Conn. 

Patricia Sweeney, 395 Palisade Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Sandra Uncles, 140 Ridgewood Rd., West Hartford, Conn. 

Anne Marie Walsh, 104 Englewood Ave., Brookline, Mass. 

Norinne Walsh, 73 Whittier Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Patricia Welsh, Cathlow Drive, Riverside, Conn. 

Maureen White, 12 Ruskin St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

Jane Whitty, 124 Theodore Parker Rd., W. Roxbury, Mass. 



CLASS OF 1960 



Mary Annette Anderson, 25 Makalapa Dr., Honolulu, T. H. 

Patricia Annunziata, 5 Tudor City Place, New York, N. Y. 

Alexandra Armstrong, 1654 34th St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Brenda Baxter, Garner Lane, Bay Shore, N. Y. 

Patricia Beattie, Pinecroft Rd., Greenwich, Conn. 

Virginia Blouin, 29 Preble Gardens Rd., Belmont, Mass. 

Ann Blunt, 73 Kenelworth Ave., Brockton, Mass. 

Judith Breck, 24 Oxford St., Springfield, Mass. 

Mary E. Brusch, 15 Grozier Rd., Cambridge, Mass. 

Ellen Moira Burns, 89 Fletcher Rd., Belmont, Mass. 

Anne A. Canniff, 1030 Lake Shore Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Lita Capobianco, 70 Baldwin Orchard Dr., Cranston, R. I. 

Mary Carnes, 1721 Centre St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

Stella M. Clark, 3 Glen Head Rd., Glen Head, N. Y. 

Lenore Coniglio, 1185 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Eleanor Coppola, 9 Calvin Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Christine Cortellessa, 154 Bradford St., Bristol, R. I. 

Mary Davis, 32 Garfield Ave., Weymouth, Mass. 

Mary Lou Degnan, 110 Village St., Reading, Mass. 

Joan DiMenna, 40 Rhynas Drive, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Catharine Donahoe, Woodlawn, Baltic, Conn. 

Moira Donnelly, 773 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, Wise. 

Margaret Dowling, 197 Melrose St., Rochester, N. Y. 

Susan Doyle, 160 Arborway, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Jane Dunn, 7 West Hill Place, Boston, Mass. 

Maureen Durnan, 33 Busteed Dr., Midland Park, N. J. 

Mary Egan, 51 Oxford Rd., Longmeadow, Mass. 

Katherine Ellis, 610 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

Barbara Engel, 45 Barnsdale Rd., Short Hills, N. J. 

Patricia Engel, 45 Barnsdale Rd., Short Hills, N. J. 

Elise Erickson, 20 Broadview Terrace, Chatham, N. J. 

Deborah Fitzgerald, 115 Lewiston Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Margaret Flynn, 4 Herbert Rd., Quincy, Mass. 

Frances Fortin, 227 Springfield St., Springfield, Mass. 

Christine Frawley, 68 Tennyson Dr., Short Hills, N. J. 

Mary Jane Galvin, 49 Monument Ave., Charlestown, Mass. 

Patricia Gamino, 12 Seaview Ave., Cranston, R. I. 

M. Lindsay Gowan, 56 West Lane, Bay Shore, N. Y. 

Gabriella Gyorky, 1060 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

E. Berenice Hackett, 19 Hanson St., N. Providence, R. I. 

Gail Hannaford, 109 Bayview Ave., Babylon, N. Y. 

Jeanne Hanrihan, 103 High Rock Lane, Westwood, Mass. 

Mary E. Harrington, 40 Adam Terrace, Lowell, Mass. 

Barbara Hatch, 62 Evergreen Ave., Auburndale, Mass. 

Angela Heaton, 265 Wilson Ave., Rumford, R. I. 

Sally HefFernan, 21 Ridgetop, St. Louis, Missouri 

Carole Higgins, 430 So. Main St., Andover, Mass. 

Elaine Holland, Bellview Heights, Ashland, Mass. 

P. Keyburn Hollister, 164 Bartlett Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. 

Brenda Horrigan, 161 Commercial St., Weymouth, Mass. 

M. Blanche Hunnewell, 146 Cliff Rd., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Marjorie Indzonka, 24 City Terrace No., Newburgh, N. Y. 

Carol Johnson, Cedar Hill, Pompton Lakes, N, J. 

Nancy Kane, 511 N. Washington St., N. Attleboro, Mass. 

Mary Kelley, 109 Follen Rd., Lexington, Mass. 

Marcia Kelly, 95 Prince St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Suzanne Kenney, R. F. D. 3, Old Lyme, Conn. 

Ursula Kent, 47 May St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Margaret Kilroy, 182 Boulevard, Middletown, R. I. 

Mary Brenda Koehler, 38 Observatory Ave., No. Providence, R. I. 

Connie Lucca, 3228 Tibbett Ave., Bronx, N. Y. 

Mary Ann Lucca, 3228 Tibbett Ave., Bronx, N. Y. 

Joyce Lussier, 108 Hillside Circle, Wayne, Penna. 

Isabel MacLean, 1425 Ridge Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Nancy Madden, 405 Serrano Dr., San Francisco, Calif. 

Loretta Maguire, 48 Irving St., Watertown, Mass. 

Mary Ruth Mahon, 516 Commonwealth Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Rosemary Maraventano, 2225 Lodovick Ave., Bronx, N. Y. 

Sheila Marshall, 32 Woodmont St., Portland, Maine 

Gertrude Martin, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada 

Michaelene Martin, 60 Park Terrace West, New York, N. Y. 

Margaret Massman, 1261 West 56 St., Kansas City, Missouri 

Joan McAuley, West River Rd., Perrysburg, Ohio 

Marie McCabe, 3214 Post Rd., Warwick, R. I. 

Patricia McCarthy, 57 Oxbow Rd., Weston, Mass. 

Kathleen McDermott, 166 Lindbergh Ave., Needham, Mass. 

Linda McGann, 35 Hawthorne Ave., Arlington, Mass. 

Nora McGinity, 41 Hilton Ave., Garden City, N. Y. 



Nancy McKay, 2345 Ashland Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Martha Miele, 75 No. Bergen Place, Freeport, N. Y. 

Linda Moir, 885 Sheridan Rd., Glencoe, 111. 

Janet Murphy, 27 Cerdan Ave., West Roxbury, Mass. 

Janet Neville, 125 Ward St., Chestnut Hill, Mass. 

Sally Ann O'Connell, 7 Deal Rd., Island Park, N. Y. 

Eleanor O'Connor, 29 Carleton Circle, Belmont, Mass. 

Jane O'Connor, 254 Woodland Rd., Madison, N. J. 

Sheila O'Connor, 1 10 Stratford Rd., W. Hempstead, N. Y. 

Julie O'Neill, 59 Mystic St., West Medford, Mass. 

Darryln Powers, 63 Walnut St., Watertown, Mass. 

Dorothy Radics, 139 Carbon St., Paterson, N. J. 

Rosemary Roche, 55 Fairview Ave., West Warwick, R, I. 

Judith Romano, 6 Newton St., Wickford, R. I. 

Fernanda Ronci, 584 Pleasant Valley Parkway, Providence, R. I. 

Kathleen Runkle, 1009 Seneca Rd., Wilmette, 111. 

Sally Ruppel, 36400 South Woodland Rd., Chagrin Falls, Ohio 

Virginia Scully, 76 Abbott Rd., Dedham, Mass. 

Marie Settembrini, 1641 Haight Ave., Bronx, N. Y. 

Lorraine Silvester, 85 Page Rd., Bedford, Mass. 

Mimi Stephan, 144 Greenwood Ave., Evanston, 111. 

Joanne Stuart, 28 Cabot St., Newton, Mass. 

Mary Jane Surgala, 5 Eton Crest, Manhasset, N. Y. 

Grace Tamm, 3353 Runnymede Place, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Ann Taylor, 14 Homewood Rd., West Roxbury, Mass. 

Suzanne Thornton, 8 Shornecliffe Rd., Newton, Mass. 

Jane Waldron, 130 Forest Ave., Rye, N. Y. 

Carole Ward, 19 Aberdeen Rd., Wellesley, Mass. 

Patricia Winkler, 5 Foxcroft Rd., Rockville Center, N. Y. 

Jane Wray, 1121 Lake St., Evanston, 111. 



CLASS OF 1961 



Susan Ahern, 36 Bellair Dr., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

Ruth Amirault, 277 Center St., Bath, Maine 

Marie Francoise Aoun, Quinta San Antonio, 6 Avenida, Altamira, Caracas, Venezuela 

Susan Armstrong, 15 Midland Ave., Bronxville, N. Y. 

Joan Barry, 211 Highland Ave., Newtonville, Mass. 

Margaret Blanchard, 465 Centre St., Newton, Mass. 

Anne Boiler, 304 Washington St., Norwich, Conn. 

Mary Bush, 324 Moran Rd., Grosse Pointe, Mich. 

Margaret Carroll, 640 West 231 St., Riverdale, N. Y. 

Martha Clancy, 35 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Alice Coleman, 50 Janet Rd., Newton, Mass. 

Carol Corroon, 75 Hampton Rd., Garden City, N. Y. 

Dorothy Couig, 35 Graham Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Kathleen Denton, 108 Marius St., Kingston, N. Y. 

Mary Loretto Dillon, 516 Augusta St., Oak Park, 111. 

Margaret Dineen, 76 Westminster Rd., Garden City, N. Y. 

Joan Donohoe, 7 Bridge St., Chelmsford, Mass. 

Sally Ann Dow, 19 Westminster Ave., Boston, Mass. 

Kathleen Dwyer, 50 Shore Dr., Manhasset, N. Y. 

Elizabeth Eads, 607 E. Durham St., Philadelphia, Penna. 

Gretchen Eben, 1 East End Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Juliana Fazakerly, 90 West 14 St., Bayonne, N. J. 

Barbara Feely, 19190 Parkside Rd., Detroit, Mich. 

Ellen Feely, 19190 Parkside Rd., Detroit, Mich. 

Martha Fernandez, Ave A. #19, Villa Caparra, Bayamon, Puerto Rico 

Anne Ferrick, 74 Larchwood Dr., Cambridge, Mass. 

Elaine Fitzgerald, 94 Grandview Rd., Arlington, Mass. 

Sheila Flaherty, 1108 High Ridge Rd., Stamford, Conn. 

Mary Sue Flanagan, Old Battery Rd, Bridgeport, Conn. 

Mary Lou Fortin, 227 Springfield St., Springfield, Mass. 

Mary Louise Foster, 411 County St., New Bedford, Mass. 

Ann Gain, 414 Penn. Rd., Wynnewood, Penna. 

Susan Gallagher, I Longview PI., Great Neck, N. Y. 

Ann Gardenier, 72 Beverly Rd., Wellesley, Mass. 

Gail Giere, 15 Bonmar Circle, Auburndale, Mass. 

Elizabeth Good, 743 W. Roxbury Pkwy., W. Roxbury, Mass. 

Ann Grady, 109 W. Mermaid Ln., Philadelphia, Penna. 

Diane Granzin, 5801 Sheridan Rd., Chicago, III. 

Linda Gray, 38 Waban St., Newton, Mass. 

Ana Guerrero, La Calle Poniente #12, Santa Tecla, El Salvador, C.A. 

Mary Gummere, 812 Riverside Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

Catherine Hafey, 98 Bellevue Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

Katherine Hall, 304 Forest Dr. S., Short Hills, N. J. 

Rosemary Hanley, 16 Ransom Rd., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Suzanne Harding, Miles End, Ipswich, Mass. 

Elizabeth Hayes, 3 Winslow Circle, Tuckahoe, N. Y. 



Anita Hennessy, 1230 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. 

Anne Hollingsworth, W. School House Ln., Philadelphia, Penna. 

Ruth Anne Huff, 1405 17 St., N.W., Winter Haven, Fla. 

Sandra Irwin, 15 Winona Way, No. Weymouth, Mass. 

Mary Barbara Kager, 81 Maryland Ave., Freeport, N. Y. 

Mary Kane, 399 No. Ahwahnee Rd., Lake Forest, 111. 

Paula Keane, 93 Westchester Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Mary Jane Keck, 35 Prospect Pk. W., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Evelyn Gay Kreutzer, Old Country Rd., Huntington, N. Y. 

Joyce Laiosa, 300 Esplanade Dr., Rochester, N. Y. 

Gabrielle Landrigan, II Doylston Dr., Edgewood, R. I. 

Anne Larkin, 92 Beach Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. 

Marina Lasa, Box 703, Caguas, Puerto Rico 

Margaret Lawler, 602 Memorial Pkwy., Rochester, Minn. 

Mary Ellen LeBlanc, 49 Bedford Rd., Summit, N. J. 

Emma Lopez, 15 #51 Vista Alegre, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba 

Ellen MacDonald, 317 Willetts Ave., Waterford, Conn. 

Eleanor Maher, 2184 Main St., Stratford, Conn. 

Ellen Mahony, 28 Bristol Rd., Newton, Mass. 

Nancy McAuliffe, 20 Woodland Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Mary Ann McDonald, 33 Betts Rd., Belmont, Mass. 

Carol McGee, Hammond Rd., Falmouth Foreside, Portland, Maine 

Mary Alice McLaughUn, 180 Stratford St., W. Roxbury, Mass. 

Gail McMillan, 14 Cambridge Ct., Larchmont, N. Y. 

Michelle McQueeny, Old Briarcliff Rd., Briarcliff Manor, N. Y. 

Faith Mead, 129 Bellevue Ave., Melrose, Mass. 

Patricia Meldon, 49 Columbine Rd., Milton, Mass. 

Nancy Mellen, 36 High St., Charlestown, Mass. 

Gladys Menendez, Asuncion Mita, Jutiapa, Guatemala, C. A. 

Joan Merrick, 1 16 Hartsdale Rd., White Plains, N. Y. 

Janet Miele, 181 Weld St., W. Roxbury, Mass. 

Maryann Morrissey, 48 Burroughs St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Joyce Murray, 48 Richwood St., W. Roxbury, Mass. 

Mary Nolan, 56 Rector St., Greenwich, R. I. 

Gloria Novella, LaPedrera, Zona 6, Guatemala City, Guatemala, C. A. 

Brigid O'Connor, 143 E. Main St., Brocton, N. Y. 

Patricia O'Conor, 120 Juniper Rd., Belmont, Mass. 

Susan O'Leary, 17 East 84 St., New York, N. Y. 

Ruth O'Neil, 82 Day St., Auburndale, Mass. 

Nancy O'Neill, 91 Allerton Rd., Milton, Mass. 

Patricia O'Neill, 38 Soundview Dr., Huntington, N. Y. 

Carol O'Shea, 110 Tessen St., Teaneck, N. J. 

Kathleen O'Shea, 108 East 82 St., New York, N. Y. 

Mary Parsons, 417 Morris Ave., Summit, N. J. 

Ehzabeth Pepper, 731 No. Ithan Ave., Roseraont, Penna. 

Beatrice Queally, 10 Morsemere PI., Yonkers, N. Y. 

Faith Quinlan, Hillside Rd., Greenwich, Conn. 

Jean Reardon, 650 68 St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Margaret Reedy, 45 Brewster Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Mary Rice, 115 E. Cottage St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Ann Richmond, 857 Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. 

Noemi Rivera, Tegucigalpa D. C, Honduras, C. A. 

Nola Rocco, 508 Fourth St., East Northport, N. Y. 

Karen Schaumber, 15 Chesterfield Rd., Scarsdale, N. Y. 

Elizabeth Scheib, 654 Garland Ave., Winnetka, 111. 

Nancy Simpson, 41 Hurd Rd., Belmont, Mass. 

Ann Sinnott, 30 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont, N. Y. 

Marie Spagnuolo, 1 Highland Rd., Nahant, Mass. 

Mary Stehling, 3453 No. Summit Ave., Milwaukee, Wise. 

Marie Sturges, Hancock Place, Ardsley-on-Hudson, N. Y. 

Gael Sullivan, 320 Chestnut St., West Newton, Mass. 

Rosemary Sullivan, 35 Orchard Rd., Larchmont, N. Y. 

Barbara Thole, 10 Templar Way, Summit, N. J. 

Ann Thomason, 219 Overlook Dr., Greenwich, Conn. 

Judith Thompson, 50-15 Parsons Blvd., Flushing, N. Y. 

Olga Vails, Calle 6 #260, Vista Alegre, Santiago de Cuba, Cuba 

Judith Vollbrecht, 58 Cleveland Ln., Princeton, N. J. 

Mary Walsh, 152 Jason St., Arlington, Mass. 

Sister Mary Concetta, 863 Central St., Framinghara Centre, Mass. 

Sister Mary Godfrey, 863 Central St., Framingham Centre, Mass. 

Sister Mary de Lourdes, 863 Central St., Framingham Centre, Mass. 

Sister Mary Shawnleen, 863 Central St., Framingham Centre, Mass. 



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